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RYOBI ONE+ HP Brushless 18V 3-Tool Combo $249.99

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I saw that this went back down to $249, which is the lowest I've seen it for the High Performance Brushless models. It says the normal price is $549, but I've generally seen it listed for $299, so this is about 16-17% off.

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Good deal at this price for the new HP line!!
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Trying to decide between this and the 6-piece (brushed) RYOBI set for $199. I will need to maintain some my deck and work with wood (~4x4 posts) for other project. But won't need to go into concrete-- is the HP drill rated at 750 in/lb strong enough?

The impact driver is rated at 1,800 in/lb in 6-piece set. Also, do the HP batteries work with the non-HP RYOBI tools?
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Quote from rcdwvd :
Trying to decide between this and the 6-piece (brushed) RYOBI set for $199. I will need to maintain some my deck and work with wood (~4x4 posts) for other project. But won't need to go into concrete-- is the HP drill rated at 750 in/lb strong enough?

The impact driver is rated at 1,800 in/lb in 6-piece set. Also, do the HP batteries work with the non-HP RYOBI tools?
The batteries work in all the tools. HP batteries will make the HP tools run at their specs. For what it sounds like you're doing the brushed would work just fine. Really it's up to you and your budget. For what it's worth I have two older brushed ryobi drills and an impact driver and they've held up great so far.
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Quote from rcdwvd :
Trying to decide between this and the 6-piece (brushed) RYOBI set for $199. I will need to maintain some my deck and work with wood (~4x4 posts) for other project. But won't need to go into concrete-- is the HP drill rated at 750 in/lb strong enough?

The impact driver is rated at 1,800 in/lb in 6-piece set. Also, do the HP batteries work with the non-HP RYOBI tools?
My two-cents, the brushed tools are a bit heavy and from a drill/impact driver perspective, just about anything should be enough for most basic wood work. If you might have to do a lot of drilling/driving work at odd angles or from precarious perches, it may be worth going brushless.
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Quote from rcdwvd :
Trying to decide between this and the 6-piece (brushed) RYOBI set for $199. I will need to maintain some my deck and work with wood (~4x4 posts) for other project. But won't need to go into concrete-- is the HP drill rated at 750 in/lb strong enough?

The impact driver is rated at 1,800 in/lb in 6-piece set. Also, do the HP batteries work with the non-HP RYOBI tools?
My 2-cents part two: the bits, saw blades, sand paper, etc. make a huge difference. So if you're fine with the ergonomics and battery life of the brushed, I might use the $50 difference to invest in some good bits or blades
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Brushed is more than enough for the weekend warrior.
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